Takeoff’s mother is taking legal action.
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Offset has revealed that talking about the late Takeoff has been “hard” for him, since his death last year.Last year, Takeoff died November 1 after being fatally shot in Houston, aged 28. Offset was originally meant to release his sophomore album on November 11, but he pushed back its release when the news broke.Now in a new interview with Variety, Offset has spoken ahead of his highly-anticipated follow-up to his debut solo album, ‘Father Of 4’. The 31-year-old previewed an unreleased collaboration between him and Takeoff and told the publication that the pair recorded the track last summer.
But, according to Variety, when asked further about his late friend, he struggled to speak about him.“It’s hard for me to talk about shit right now,” he said. “I’ve never talked about this stuff. Seriously.
Talking about Take is hard, man… That shit hurts. Like, it’s gonna put me in a mood, and I don’t want to get in that mood. Some things I don’t never tell nobody.”The Atlantan rapper said he still doesn’t believe Takeoff is dead: “He’s not here – that shit feels fake, bro.
I get through my day thinking it’s fake. And I don’t say nothing to nobody about it.”Following Takeoff’s death, Offset penned an emotional tribute the rapper, writing: “The pain you have left me with is unbearable. My heart is shattered and I have so many things to say, but I can’t find the words.
Takeoff’s mother is taking legal action.
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Jennifer Aniston is showing off her grays! Last week, the alum sparked buzz when she posted a video promoting her latest LolaVie haircare product.In the clip, the 54-year-old actress peeks through a door as she promotes the product. Aniston puts her gray tresses front and center as she has her hair pushed back in a half-up, half-down style.Aniston's hair isn't completely gray, though, as it only seems limited to one section of the actress' signature brownish-blonde tresses.A post shared by Jennifer Aniston (@jenniferaniston)In the comments of the video — which has over eight million views — fans celebrated how the star is embracing her natural locks.«You are so beautiful with your gray hair,» one user wrote.«Jennifer you are so gorgeous with and without grey.
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Working as a major part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe comes with its own set of positives and negatives. Seemingly, the good far outweighs the bad, right? Actors who star in a hit Marvel film often become household names, and the whole industry opens up for them, giving them opportunities they might not have had before.
statement to TMZ. “My mother, Cynthia Weil, was the greatest mother, grandmother and wife our family could ever ask for,” she wrote.
Jem Aswad Senior Music Editor Grammy-winning Songwriters Hall of Fame member Cynthia Weil — who co-wrote “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling,” “On Broadway,” “Make Your Own Kind of Music,” “On Broadway,” “Walking in the Rain,” “You’re My Soul and Inspiration,” “Uptown,” “Kicks,” “Here You Come Again,” “Through the Fire,” “Somewhere Out There” and many other hits with her husband and Brill Building colleague Barry Mann — has died, her daughter confirmed to TMZ on Friday morning. No cause of death was announced; she was 82. “My mother, Cynthia Weil, was the greatest mother, grandmother and wife our family could ever ask for,” Jenn Mann said. “She was my best friend, confidant, and my partner in crime and an idol and trailblazer for women in music.”
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a video segment on CNN, said in some cases people were inspired to even touch and kiss her remains.But when the cable network rehashed the story Monday on “CNN’s News Central,” anchor Jim Sciutto swerved right around it. According to Mediaite, fellow anchor Boris Sanchez covered the segment and threw to his colleague, who wanted no part.“I’m not touching that story,” Sciutto said.
So the all-star soundtrack to the new Greta Gerwig-directed ‘Barbie’ movie may include music by Lizzo, Dua Lipa, Nicki Minaj, Ice Spice, Charli XCX, Tame Impala and PinkPantheress, but where’s the Bastille track? That’s what we’re all wondering, right?Well, the lack of a Bastille track on the new film’s official soundtrack is not the fault of Bastille. The band’s Dan Smith last week revealed on Twitter that he actually wrote a couple of songs for consideration but they were rejected by the film’s producers.According to NME, Smith was responding to a fan who asked if he plans to see either the ‘Barbie’ film or new Christopher Nolan movie ‘Oppenheimer’.Smith replied: “Very excited for both of those.
Cardi B has paid tribute Takeoff after a man accused of shooting the Migos rapper was indicted on a murder charge last week.Takeoff was fatally shot and killed in Houston on November 1 last year, aged 28.The rapper’s funeral took place the following week at the 21,000-capacity State Farm Arena in his home city of Atlanta, Georgia, which saw Cardi – who is married to Takeoff’s bandmate and cousin Offset – make a speech.“I am heartbroken but I am grateful for all the precious memories we got to share while you were here with us. This has truly been a nightmare and the pain is incomparable,” Cardi B wrote in an Instagram post at the time.Now, the rapper and singer has paid fresh tribute to Takeoff, writing in her Instagram Story alongside a picture of the late artist: “Protect your brothers and your family.
There was no shortage of shocks and surprises in the season 2 finale of . On the hit Showtime drama about the remaining members of a high school soccer team struggling to survive in the wilderness after their plane crashed, the body count in the past timeline continues to pile up as the teenagers turn to in-fighting and cannibalism.Among them is Travis (Kevin Alves), whose father was the coach of the team and initially survived the crash along with his younger brother, Javi (Luciano Leroux).
Thania Garcia The man accused of shooting rapper Takeoff was indicted for murder by a Harris County grand jury on May 25, according to the county’s District Attorney’s Office. Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, was arrested in Houston last December after police connected him to Takeoff’s (real name: Kirsnik Khari Ball) murder on Nov. 1. Takeoff was shot and killed at a bowling alley in downtown Houston where he and Quavo, his uncle and Migos bandmate, were playing dice at around 2:30 a.m. that night. Shortly after Clark was arrested, Sgt. Michael Burrow said Takeoff was an “innocent bystander” of the argument that led to his shooting death. Clark was later released on a $1 million bond in January.
he said “On day one, I will have folks that will get together and look at all these cases, who people are victims of weaponization or political targeting, and we will be aggressive in issuing pardons.”“I mean, he’s not really that stupid,” Scarborough said on Friday morning. “Maybe he’s talking like a third grader? We’re talking about people who tried to overthrow American democracy, and Ron knows that.
Takeoff’s alleged killer has been charged.
Offset still finds it too painful to talk about his late Migos bandmate Takeoff. During an interview for Variety published on Wednesday, the rapper hinted his upcoming second solo record may include the last song he recorded with his longtime friend, who was shot and killed in Houston, Texas, last November. But while Offset, real name Kiari Cephus, is excited to be focusing on his music, he admitted that he is grieving Takeoff’s sudden passing.
Offset gets raw and real in the latest issue of Variety.
On Easter Sunday evening, in a palatial house on a ridge high in the hills above Hollywood, Offset puffs on a joint as songs from his forthcoming album blast from a portable speaker. He’s been working on this album for many months — since Migos, the pioneering Atlanta hip-hop trio with which he rocketed to stardom in the mid-2010s, drifted into an unofficial hiatus a couple of years ago, and well before the shocking, tragic murder of his bandmate Takeoff outside a Houston bowling alley on Nov. 1. Several members of Offset’s team mill around the sparsely furnished house — one of three residences for the rapper and his wife, Cardi B — while the man himself, casually clad all in black, bobs in his seat, his wildcat eyes sparkling.
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